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Best Cat Art in New York’s Art Fairs Week

From top: Sarah McEneaney at Tibor de Nagy in the Art ShowSarah McEneaney at Tibor de Nagy in the Art Show; Romare Bearden at June Kelly at the Art Show; Leonora Carrington at Mary-Anne Martin in the Art Show; Jonah Freeman and Justin Lowe in “Panopticum" at Robert Miller Gallery; Michael Caines at Mulherin in VoltaKarin Gulbran at White Columns; Janet Fish at DC Moore Gallery; Scott Michael Ackerman at Berlin in Fountain Art Fair; Scott Michael Ackerman at Berlin in Fountain Art Fair.

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4 months ago


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Rashaad Newsome’s Stunning Performance Where Voguing Met Drawing and the Artist Joined in at the End

Drawing Center event featured opera singer Stefanos Koroneos and  Vogue Commentator Kevin Jz Prodigy.

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And….the Art School Without Walls Vol 6 is underway!

Cre8tive YouTH*ink's apprentice artists, working with teaching artists Chris Stain and Billy Mode in an Industry City studio, are making a mural for a new building going up in Brooklyn.

Follow along on instagram at #267pacificstreet and #artschoolwithoutwallsvol6.

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4 months ago
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Phoenix Rises in New York: Watch Xu Bing’s Phoenix, made out of detritus and junk, rise in Cathedral of St. John the Divine in stunning time-lapse footage 

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Phoenix Rises in New York: Watch Xu Bing’s Phoenix, made out of detritus and junk, rise in Cathedral of St. John the Divine in stunning time-lapse footage 

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5 months ago


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Paul Edlin’s mystical mesmerizing postage-stamp collages will trick your eye and make your heart flutter

Born in 1931 with a profound hearing loss, Paul Edlin began taking art classes at the age of 41, studying at the Art Students League and the New School with Will Barnet and Henry Pearson. In the early 1980s he began incorporating postage stamps to make his mystical narratives and in the ’90s he began using them exclusively. Along the way his nephew Andrew began managing his career and opened a gallery in New York, Andrew Edlin, devoted to primitive and outsider art. A selection of Paul Edlin’s collages is on view there through March 15.

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5 months ago
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George Maciunas’s enormous, unfinished masterwork charts the history of Fluxus starting with the Roman Circus
Small detail of Diagram of Historical Development of Fluxus and Other 4 Dimentional, Aural, Optic, Olfactory, Epithelial and Tactile Art Forms (Incomplete) (also known as “The Chart”), dated 1973. 
This was the most ambitious attempt by Fluxus founder George Maciunas to map out the interconnections of the irreverent, anti-institutional, international art collective to phenomena as diverse as vaudeville and Walt Disney.
The chart is on view in MoMA’s show devoted to John Cage’s “silent” sound piece, 4’33″.
COURTESY GEORGE MACIUNAS FOUNDATION INC./THE MUSEUM OF MODERN ART, NEW YORK. GIFT OF THE GILBERT AND LILA SILVERMAN FLUXUS COLLECTION.

letmypeopleshow:

George Maciunas’s enormous, unfinished masterwork charts the history of Fluxus starting with the Roman Circus

Small detail of Diagram of Historical Development of Fluxus and Other 4 Dimentional, Aural, Optic, Olfactory, Epithelial and Tactile Art Forms (Incomplete) (also known as “The Chart”), dated 1973.

This was the most ambitious attempt by Fluxus founder George Maciunas to map out the interconnections of the irreverent, anti-institutional, international art collective to phenomena as diverse as vaudeville and Walt Disney.

The chart is on view in MoMA’s show devoted to John Cage’s “silent” sound piece, 4’33″.

COURTESY GEORGE MACIUNAS FOUNDATION INC./THE MUSEUM OF MODERN ART, NEW YORK. GIFT OF THE GILBERT AND LILA SILVERMAN FLUXUS COLLECTION.

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